Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 Red Rippers Of VF-11 Return Home After Duty In Korean Waters I

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"It's wonderful to be back by Lcdr. Larry Flint, acting Air Jacksonville and officers first carrier ever to round the attack carrier USS Kearsage

home. commanding officer, landed and men of Carrier Air Group Horn (CVA-33)), a ship of the Sew

It's been said many times twin-engined'jets at NAS Ce One, VF-11 has been a Fleet While in Korean waters the enth Fleet.

before but with no more enthusiasm cit Field Tuesday while the Air Jax unit since early 1950. Red Rippers played a vital role *

and fervor than it was remainder of the squadron arrived The return home marks the in knocking out communist VF-11 IS ONE of the Navy's

by personnel of Fighter Squadron Wednesday via airlift. end of a 10-month tour of sea supply centers! transportation oldest and best known fighter

Eleven which returned duty for the famed fighter facilities, and in furnishingclose squadrons. Its history date

home this week after eight ON HAND TO greet the Ko- squadron. The squadron left ground support for United back to. 1927 when it was first

months of combat action in Korean rea veterans, in addition to last May aboard the USS Oris- Nations troops. Flying the jet commissioned as Bombing i

waters. wives children and friends, kany, which'made the trip to Banshee, the Red Rippers were Squadon One aboard the USS

The first group of pilots of were Rear Adm. Osborne B. the west coast via the Antarctic the first to ever stage a combat Lexington Although its desig- .

the Red Ripper squadron, led Hardison, Commander Fleet tip of South America, the strike from the deck of the fast (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2)
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Navaf Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11


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New Davis Rider I Top Wave Officer,

Prevents ThreatOf Pays 2-Day Visit

Rank DemotionThe To Activities HereAfter

revised "Davis Rider"" now completing a twr

awaiting the signature of President day visit to the Naval Air Station

Eisenhower, will end the i I and the/Naval/ Air Tech
threat of demotion of 5,400 Navy ideal Training Center, Capt.

lieutenants The bill sailed'i 1 Joy Bright Hancock, Assistant .

through the Senate this Week. I to the Chief of Naval

Deep in study of how many Personnel for Women left

officers of each grade the armed I Wednesday morning' for NAJJ1'enaacola.
4 M p
+ N 1o .
service should have, a House
subcommittee earlier approvedthe MFMblNy?( ? HN''sa'Y2 Captain Hancock is making a

ease on officer grades. The farewell tour of naval installations

Arends subcommittee has been t x. i F where WAVES are on duty.

4 She retires i from active service
studying Navy billet requirements
June 1.
with officials of that servo
: Farewell Tour
ice since March 5. The Marine
Capt. Hancoik arrived here
COl'piAir Force and Army representatives -
"" ... ,.... I ..... Monday noon from Charleston,
!! were scheduled to (
be heard at later dates. WAVES' LKADER VISITS-Capt. Joy B. Hancock, assistant to the Chief of Naval Personnel S. C.,'Sixth Naval District Head

The committee does not expect 1, for Women smiles a greeting as she prepares to visit, Waves activities at NATTCenter, during; I quarters, with Lt Eleanor W.
her tour of the Naval Air Station this week. During: her two-day stop here', Captain Hancock visited Casey, administrative assistant
: to finish its work and and Inspected all Wave facilities aboard the base. At left it Lcdr. Kathleen Cummings, station for Women for the District. She
draft the revisionsof Waves Administrative officer At Is Louise Downing SN.
necessary right
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the Officer Personnel Art
of 1947 until the first of April. I After Five Years Of Research M'CafrlttCommandinJ: Officer
I of the Naval Air Station
Two More GainMembership ;
The original Davis rider would,
Capt. Edwin R. Peck, commanding
from April 1 through June 30,
limit the number of officers in First G-3 Auto-Pilot Course In officer of NATTCenter, and
Lcdr. Kathleen Cummings, local
each grade in each service<< from Gallon ClubThe
WAVES administrative officer
O-3 up, to a percentage of authored
total strength. For the Established By FaetuLant Jax Gallon Club, the Sees Waves At Work
Monday afternoon, Captain
Navy it would force 5,400 lieu. newest honorary group for
Hancock visited various
tenants to lose half a stripe. De- Armed Forces Blood donors, is depart.
I Fleet Airborne Electronic's Training Unit, Detachment Two has Two donors ments where WAVES are on
bale over the substitute Davis mushrooming. more -
established the first theory and maintenance course on the G-3 all- added the list duty at the Station, and revieweda
Rider in Senate was mostly con were to
electronic autopilot designed for the purpose,of stabilizing the altitude last week total crack NATTCenter drill team.
to bring the
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)) II and attitude of She also called
.. high speed 'ets. membership to seven. upon Rear Adm.
Osboine: Hardison, Commander,
the local
men completed
M/Sgt. Ray J, Turpin, VMFN( ) Winning membership in the
unit's first three week last' Fleet Air Jacksonville Duringthe
VF-12 First To ; Friday. It was designed to fulfill 531; Tom R. Futch, AEC, VC-33; select; circle of blood donors evening she was honored
Rubinate SKSN
George ,
Hold GunneryAt the fleet's need for trained main. John P. Carroll, AEC, VC-4; Tom Supply were department and Joseph with a tea given by WAVES of

tenance personnel. familiar with W. Roycraft, AE2, VC-4, and Will Administration NAS Jax and NATTCenter,
35,000 Ft.'n.1 the Intricacies of this fastreacting (- C. Purcell, AE3, of VC33. Tuesday, Capt. Hancock visited -
: auto-pilot. the U S. Naval Hospital and
Led by Lcdr. John ? ., I NATTCenter. During the afternoon .

Fighter Squadron 12 has become CURRENTLY g r r <,a. she" called at the Navy Recruiting .
used" in such
the first >squadron in the Station in Jacksonville.
type aircraft as the F3D-2, F9F- ,
Atlantic Fleet to hold compete
5P and F9F-8P, the G-3 eliminates ; : :
itive exercises 35
gunnery at ,- .4 --
high speed oscillations in ;i
000 feet.
the axis caused the inherent Audition Carnival
yaw by
Despite the difficulties encountered a''
at that height, the aerodynamic properties! of 4j t" Talent March 23The
high speed aircraft by means of *
overall grade achieved by the
squadron was a "satisfactory." the yaw damper mode of opera :t tM l first big audition for talent
tions. This allows much greater to be included In the entertainment .
Lt (jg) Nip Navarre riddledthe { :
target sleeve with enough accuracy in gun laying, rocketing .l program of the

20mm. cannon shells to qual and bombing. : Navy Charity Carnival will be

ify for the Navy "E", thus becoming Five years were spent by Gen held Monday, March 23 at 1630(
eral Electric in the research and '
the first pilot in the at Mainside auditorium, Build.
Atlantic Fleet to receive that development of the G3. It was ing 3.All.

award at that altitude It is accepted by the Navy approximately personnel who have already

two years ago. ,x t signified their intention
believed that he may be the .
only pilot- in the Navy to hold of participating in the showare
that distinction.Lt. NO TROUBLE circuits have requested to be on hand.

been installed since the course Personnel who have not registered
(jg) Clyde Alber and Lt.
(jg) Charlie Knighten missed is a relatively new installation. but who would like to

getting the coveted award by However it is anticipated that appear on the show are also
full quotas for the G-3 will be to attend.Entertainers .
, one shell" NEW G-3 AUTO-IMLOT COURSE:-First t electronic trainee: Igyited
While many squadrons have met by Detachment Two as are. to learn theory and maintenance procedures on the G-3 all-elec : are asked to

fired at that height, VF-12 is suit of the many requests for tronic auto-pilot are these five men being briefed on the Internal bring their own music and instruments .
the first to hold competitive this type of instruction components of the unit by Gaylord Thomas, AEI (extreme right), if at all possible.
Gaylord L. Thomas, AEI, la instructor Instructor at FaetuLant Detachment Two. The group, which Production of the will
exercises at that t altitude and completed the first such course here last Friday, Includes (left to program
quality. on the G3. Students right M/Sgt. Ray Turpin; Tom Futch, 'AEC; John 'arrell, ARC: ; begin following auditions.
comprising the first t cl. s8 were Tom Royrraft, AE3. and Will Purcell, AKS. -. ----.- --



foge Two JAX AIR NEWS 19 March 1953

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Published t\try Thursday for Navy .activities at l
tom I1Ie, Kla,
NAS, Jack. utUle
Tapt. Burnham C. McCafrree ... .... .. . ....... .
l"omdr. James II. Armstrong .*. I _
ritft Air Juka.ma
Rear' Adm. Osborne B. Hardlson .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ,
Capt. Howard+ V. Hopkins . .. e

C pt. Arthur S. Born .Fleet r.Air W'lag'Eiese.'l .. .. .. . ;_ _
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Coinrtr. Joseph T. Thointon $ ;
Naval l Air TM-halol Tralnlar (' *
Capt. Edwin R. Perk .. ... . . .. .... .. .. ... .. gar ._. ::3M4 a
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ...
>'M lUtplUl I '
Capt. Dwlnht J. \Vhaiton. ...... .. .. .. .. ........ ... /:
C'upt. '1'. 1'. Welnert . ... .. .. .. ... .. %

Capt. Easton B. Noble .. .. .NARTU. .. .. ... .. . /
C'umd."Anthony Trusty .. ... ... .. .. . .. .. . I

The* JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the I
Jacksonville, Florida, and punted commercially with
at no expense tn In compliance Mall Call means more than lining up for letters from home for the
Nov. 1945. t'i i I rd.rl of charge at r ;, CENTER PO CREW-
Nasal Air Technical l Training Center Naval Air Rt> '\ I Office crew at the Naval Air Technical Training Center The Post Office staff, shown above B
Air station. Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital. 0,000 letters dally, among their many chores. -
.. .
Editor-Andrew H. Planey
Staff Member: Margie Fusoo. J03; Ed ; Call" --
JOSN; Mildred Mueller, SA; Vivian Knox, SAl; ; Arthur \
11al per. Murray Crew
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member ot the '
AFPS material appearing In this publication may Office Crew At NATTCenter Giving: Free LessonsDo
the written permission of Aimed Forces, Press Service,
matter; except by service publication, Is prohibited you yearn to be a good dancer -

Editor: JAX AIR offices'NEWS.Fxlltorlal located. Building 930 (topside), i 20.000 Pieces Of Mail Daily ? Shake the wallflower complex .

and 216. -I hit the "jive beat" and report -
call in the Navy is always to Mainside
Gym, Building
mail is also corrected and changeof
I forward to as a special 3 tonight.
address cards completed for
:asion and no one knows this Arthur
Murray Instructors Dm
& in transit It is also
than the people who work Turner and
ty Baxter
this section's job to deliver all will)
the NATTCenter post office, be on hand from 2000 to 2100 to
mail to its destination. This sec-
their mail call consists of
f ) tion has 14 personnel, includingone give enlisted men and women
20,000 pieces of mail daily. and their guests free
dancing les:
chief, seven Marines and six
the Center was re-com
The Girl Navy, two of which are Waves. sons.You'll
ed and the office
post was learn the Foxtrot
'. *
Everything *
in February 1951, the Waltz and the Jitterbug. Instruc-
Fri. '
amount of incoming and Approximately 100 registeredand tion will also be
Down given in the
(This i is th.e Hitttb <'ft a aeries Among mail has been handled 200 insured articles are Samba,'the Rumba and the Tan

il-eGl'"g with Stew ryot-ertsmessf offrial tering this small croup of 19 people handled per week by the personal
Sat. consists of Marine registered and insured sec- go.It
*), e Sombrero ...... is suggested that personnel
tion. One chief and Wave
civilian personnel. a operate
EZRA BENSON bring dancing partners if
N total of 42 this section which distrib-
barracks apd
r" Secretary of Agriculture .. ble. Dates and wives are coidial-
receive mail' during a .utes up to 1500 packages over a
The church and the land have Small Town work week period. two-week holiday or Christmas ly invited to attend.

been the guiding influences in the Old ............ a a a I season. They also take care of the'

Fri. Center general delivery window which register the incoming and outgoing
life and career of Eira Taft Benson post office is divide

Secretary of Agriculture. The Girl into three sections, which in receives about 500 pieces of mail mail and also handle alt

Everything the directory service, per per week. money transactions.It .

Mormon pioneers, settling in Sat registered and insured The third section, or post off- is the PO Section's job to

. :3847, brought with them a respect Down Among plus the individual post ice section, is more commonly sort' all of the 20,000 pieces of

for religious farm life, and sucha ing Palms theatres.'r section. I known, because of the close con i daily mail which consist of newspapers -

heritage ha* been handed' down .\ directory section keeps a tact. letters and packages. The

to Mr. Benson. Thu.. card on all personnel attach- unit cashes nearly 400 money orders -

The new Secietary of Agriculture DestinationGobi or have been detached from This section' U run by three I per week and insures near-

grew tip on a farm in Idaho ........... I I command within the past six civilian workers. Here they In- ly 2,500 money orders per week.

and operated a place of his own Fri., I Mis-addressed and routed I sure money orders, insure and This group sells about $8,000

there for seven years. To supplement Small Town worth of stamps per month.

this "on-the-job training," Sat, I The postal directory, operatedby
Mr. Benson attended Utah State The Girl Chief Charles Swift and hn

Agricultural College and Brigham Everything Y c, crew, recently received a good

Young University. He holds an A word on its efficient operation

M.E. degree in agricultural economics Red C from a post office inspector.;

from Iowa $State College > %

Mr. Benson bas been nationally ( Ffi : Navy Exchange

recognized for his leadership nation has

In the agricultural. field. eral times, Facilities Grow

Hid most recent service.was last tained its .

Auulit'htn he was named ning" I

chairman of the board of tnl8t. come A L tttxl \ \ At Cecil Field

..*. of the American Institute, Among I' "
'k Cecil
Navy Exchange. NAS,
of Cooperation.Two val officers I'
I I Field, is on the "double" to keep
years after completing his members of
pace with the rapidly expanding
"woik at Iowa Stale Mr. Benaen Adm.
master jet base.
began service as a county agricultural Commander I
Recent modifications to NavY:
for the ville, who
agent University I k-
Exchange facilities at Cecil include -
of Idaho} Extension Service. ron back
Burnham I a completely new equipped
From that time, 1929, until today restaurant and fountain. One item

Mr. Benson has been activein 'manding : ........... of added equipment is an ice
Comdr. .. '
; ,1><11 -""' Hc"ii(
farming and in farm organization Navy's No. I CECIL NX EXPANDS-Capt. John WBnr, commanding of. machine that solves the crushedice

work He was Instrumentalin I I of. NAS Cecil Field cuts the tape to officially re-open the problem for all local foun-
War II is
the founding of the Idaho Co a renovated and enlarged Navy Exchange restaurant at Ce- tain operations. Additional cold
nus. Center Is Ll'dr. John Nuckel, Public Works
operative Council. During WWII and right
I been.ntade
Lt Harry Halley, Supply olllcer at Cecil Navy Exchange fa.kccp storage space has
he was a member of the National SINCE at Cecil hIVe been enlarged and renovated to available by a new walk-in
Agricultural Advisory Committee. the needs of the ever-expanding master jet base, pace reefer.
(AFPS). squadron,

standing consistently I Class Honors Go To Reeds Harrell! station The Navy has all Exchange new lubrication service

- hydraulic
equipment, including a
which have Robert O. Reed, AN and Jesse

ron Jr., AA, annexed honor I the University of Georgia for a lift and air compressor.station Space

only east honors last week at Aviation year and one half. occupied by the service
has been enlarged. All types of
win the
and Aviation i I Harrell Jr. graduated as honor general automotive services are
Schools respec- man from the Aviation Storekeepers
now available at the
r. I(I School last week with an tion.
fiscal year Reed, compiled a 92.38 average I j 86.01 I average. He completed the Retail Store have been
the the 14 weeks spaces
n ordnance school 12 weeks course ahead of the -
enlarged to twice the
i won by the other I
50 people in his other 20 members of his class.
1951 and Bob who size. This offers more display
entered the Navy After entering the Navy in May variety
advantages and larger
In more April 1952 a
received boot camp 1952 he completed basic
A ba xbe training of merchandise.
snazzy its '
} Bainbridge Md.
and then at Bainbridge
was Md.
( ) Plans for the future include -
With tots of dash- assigned here for school. After com School here before entering AK near and

He. craned his n ery corner the Preparatory School, (A) School. further enlargement

The!') came the CSR SH! ing WWII began the AOA( ) School. Be Before entering the service he redecorating of the retail barbershop store,

action in }) entering the service 'he at- attended North new equipment for the
European the Atlanta Extension Carolina Statei and addition of a new food-
I r II e I' t i.College, for. two years.. service location.t' .
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19 March 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three
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Annual Spring Red Cross Aids :

Magnolia Ball id Blood Drive, But- I

Set April 11It's Hf it Takes Money __ I

Magnolia, Call time again. "The Red Cross needs your
This annual spring formal din blood. Don't spill it on the high-

ner-dance sponsored by the Offi ways."

cers' Wives Club, will be held The above slogan carries a

April 11, at 2000 at the "0" Club. double reminder however that
while the Red Cross has been
An elaborate floor show, door \ i is vM N
prizes, favors and -flowers for the 3r\ officially designated as the agcn- '

ladies are being planned. Reservations -i cy responsible for procuring the
vital blood and plasma to save
$6.00 per couple, or fLi'L
lives the battlefields and
3.00 be on -
per person ran made at
the "0"' Club.Cochairmen. also by gamma globulin to fight

of the gala Ball the effects of polio-It takes

- this year, are, Mrs. J. T. Thorntonand money to do this.
> *
Mrs. Leonidas Coates. Mrs.
Fred Woodward is in charge of Blood procurement and processing

publicity, Mrs. Vincent L. Hathorn LITTLE IDEAS PAY OFF-. _. .. I is a difficult and costly
Alfred m. I
is in charge of entertainment, and ,, of Zsarmansl labor and(left equipment) supervisor S5-CENT GARBAGE CAN- job. It is estimated that the task

Mrs Karl Imholte is in charge of section, Supply department, Inspects ......, Dalon Batton, leadingman lab will cost $7 million this year
the decorations Mrs. Burnham C a protective tip guard .. orer, Public Works, got the alone-making it necessary to increase -
McCaffree I is president of the Offacers' for forks on a life truck designed '. \(, idea of reclaiming discarded the 1953 fund goal to an
by Samuel Grant OAR drums from the station overall $93 million.It .
Wives Club. (right) crane operator. This ,.. refuse dump, and with a little
device prevents the sharp fork paint and cleaning, turned them is pointed out that no
Selective Service To from causing damage to boxes into garbage cans. The total charge is made to civilians, vet-
and material within. Grant will .. cost for turning discarded erans or military hospitals for 1
Call 53,000 In April be awarded a cheek for his w ... ....,,, .,....,.......".'..,. drums Into useable containers blood distributed through the
suggestion.This Is 35 cents. It saves the station
Wa, AFTS Red Cross. This part of the
Ulngton ( )-The Department $972 annually. pro-
of Defense has request. Pays To Think On The Job gram is financed entirely out of

ed the Selective Service Systemto funds contributed by the publicin
provide Armed Forces Induc- BLOOD BANK the annual fund appeal which
It May Appear To Be Just A Mere
tion Stations with 53,000 men during BOX SCORE will run through the month of

April, 1953, for assignment to March.
the Army. This I is not an increaseover Suggestion, But It May Mean Money No Quota rer- I .
the total. Blood Is a critical national
February-March S'h.\Iet! cent resource -
You don't have to be an engineer, a mechanic or a college
The Navy, Marine Corps, and graduate to participate in the Beneficial Suggestion program at NATTCenter 190 3U9 194.2 declared so by the President -
Air Force do not Intend to place Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Security 5 6 120.0 of the United States. It is

rail with Selective 1 Service for was proven recently by Admin. 5 6 130.0 essential for the battle-wounded,
April two workers here, when their Dalon H. Batton, Leadingman Operations 14 14 100.0 and for the sick and injured

ideas were approved by the Laborer in Public Works, also Fla Mil Dist 5 5 10f.o( both in and out of uniform.'The

AO School Drill Awards Committee. submitted a beneficial idea which Marine Bks 3 3 100.0 Red Cross participates in the

Samuel Grant, operator auto- will save the Navy considerable Communications 3 3 100.0 National Blood Program on an

motive crane, of Supply depart- money. I Medical 2 2 100.0 equal footing with the Depart.
Squad Ready For ment has learned how easy it is His job in the Sanitation de- Dental 1 1 100.0 ment of Defense and the Federal

to earn extra money on the job. partment involved supplying all Cecil Field 15 14 93.5 Civil Defense Administration. It

First AppearanceIn His design of a protective tip facilities on the Station with Res Fleet 75 68 90.6 is the coordinating agency'for the
guard for the fingers of fork lift adequate garbage containers. Ordinarily Public Works 25 20 80.0 collection of blood for the Armed

the making for three equipment has recently been over 200 containers were I Spec. Services 4 3 75.0 Forces, for civilian needs, and
months, Aviation Ordnance granted a Beneficial Suggestion purchased annually to replace I FAW 11 43 32 74.7 for conversion into plasma to
School's crack precision drill Award. those worn out. 0&R 90 37 71.1 build a national emergency re

team is ready to step out now on 1 M Supply 26 16 61.5 serve.
its own. About three ;years ago, Grant Batton discovered that metal Grn Cove Spg.JO 16 50.0 Membership In' the Red Crossis

The unit, composed of Ord noticed that an empty box was cans, approximately the size ofa Com Fair Jax 128 57 44.6 only 100. You or yours may
nance School students at NAT. crushed by the forks on a lift garbage container, were being NARTU 7 3 42.8 need vital blood transfusionsthis

TCenter will perform next week i truck, a vehicle used to move discarded by the Overhaul and IRD 1 0 0.0 year.

for the first time at the Annual I Items in the Supply department.He Repair department at the rate of Engineers 14 0 0.0 4.5
Military Inspection of the Cen- realized if the box had been 12 weekly. He took one of these AIM 5 00.0
ter. filled the contents would have cans, which previously contained Naval Hi.pital 16 0 0.0

Cary Ellis, AOC, leading chiefof been damaged.The "Siliga Gel", to I painter and

the School, organized the team following day Grant, a found the can could be cleaned Part-Timo Work Ai
back in November. Starting only NAS plank owner, started on a and painted for thirty-five cents,

with an idea and 20 men, and design to prevent such damage a saving of $4.65 per can over Local Credit Union
obtaining drill gear on "cumshaw" tie made a protective device of the purchase pirce.

basis, the team has acquired wood which would fit over the I The discarded drums are now Officals of the Jax Navy Credit

I precision and poise that metal fork and act as a pusher, being reclaimed from the station Union have announced plans to Weare indeed
is a credit to the entire Center. and which would prevent the sorry to report
dump, painted and put retain
I a part-time clerk. this week the death of
Tony'Montalto -
sharp point of the fork from to
use as garbage containers.
The team Is unique in it's enetrating[ into crates. Batton's alertness earned a $25.00 The position is open to anyoneon leadingman laborer of
or oft the base who is ; Maintenance. Tony will be ,remembered -
kind since it has no official di quali
Once the basic design was suggestion award, and will save ,
rector. Any man may be chosen found satisfactory, Grant made I the Navy about $972.00 annually. tied. The job, which may developinto NAS as the by"gardener.many people" on

trot the ranks to direct the the protective part from scrap I Other employees have also full time work at a later
Looking the
team. This is since date, will be for 12 hours on brighter side'of
a necessity metal, a less bulky material found that it pays to Suggest A per life, the good reached
some of the students graduate which would stand up better un- Better Way of Doing It week at $1.25 per hour, Thurs. us
Monday that
each week, and each man may be der constant use. Four sampleswere ---... days and Fridays, 1330 to 1730, had another baby boy
to reside
directed to take over the team at put to use in the main supply and Saturdays, 0900 to 1300. with Jennifer
Vote For Two More Cern! and her family, March 15.
any time. room, and damage to boxes Written applications should be
Operating strictly on a basis was practically eliminated Years Free Mail addressed to Joseph O'Connel, We don't have any of the,details

of a weekly change, the team is I Service personnel in Korea president t". Federal Credit Union, about the little fellow as yet other

supervised by George Conklin, Further use of the protectivetip will receive two more years of Building 40, NAS, and should nicknamed than the fact that he" will be

A01. George accepts applicationsfor guard proved its worth to free'mailing privileges according state full qualifications and ex "Exemption.
the team, and then puts the the Navy, and Grant was awarded 'to a vote by a subcommittee perience. Lt. Alan C. Gault has taken

tyros through a three day work a Beneficial Suggestion check of the House Post Office Deadline for all applications is over the duties of Maintenance
Superintendent ,
out. He then I makes recommendations for his efforts. committee. April 1. relieving Lt.
to Chief Ellis for a spoton Fred WUliams who recently was
the team for the outstanding released to inactive duty '
C \ 4 .

- applicants. *' 0 .... ;; .. JII Senate
..;.A ; Okays MoneyFor
< "th. t.l'' '. .. .
; .. l
Lt. Joseph .Andrews, Ord ... .; ...... ,", oJ". '" 'I'., .It. :"'":J.. ..a.' :; Pay, School Aid!
nance School training officer, declared : #, .. ,
The Senate
virtually assured
"Here in the Ordinance t' '.
: money to meet the costs of servIce
School, we take a great deal of ...-.. -- ,...... ..
'. .... .. pay laws passed last year ando
pride in the performance of our t'J I ti i. provide for the
Ir i : education of
drill.team. It definitely enhancesthe ; \ servIce children on or near military *
school military as a whole smartness, and it is of hoped the I Ii .; .: installations.A .
d' supplemental appropriation
that it will serve as a motivatingforce bill with
..... 1' some minor amendments
for a better overall military 'I, which adds $20.5: million to 'the

bearing and higher morale for .. ... c. $40 million voted last.
all AO students." / t *> rt ,, .. "" lr .... summer'for
ff-f ,
> ,
/.rVj9\YVV A y'y7e"ti "'::'/:.::;., >.: .;.......j aids to schools In defense areaswas
Persons interested in havingthe
drill team perform in public ALL SET-The crack Aviation Ordnance School drill team comprising AO student volun passed by the Senate'and returned -
call extension I teen, prepares to come to a precision halt to complete the formation step. The team will make Ito to the House for accept
may 3264 or 8468. first public appearance at the military inspection of the Center Friday* March 27. net.



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I Pear Four JAY AIR NEWS 19 March 19&3'asron

f Six, VP-5, VF-13, Fasron 109 Instrument-- Board- -

I{! Scouting i ilt'AreD-; Squadrons At New Center MembersThree Adds

Fasron Six son M, Alexandar' ALC; DavidW 113

I Fasron's quintet walked off latterly, AD2; Ralph E. Hut, hEi new members have been

with the Florida State AAU basketball chinson, ALC; John D. Liverman, i k. to the flight instrument

championship last Thurs ALl; Charlei: P. Russell, ALC; board of the Naval Air Technical l

day eliminating MacDill Air and Isaac L. Yates, ADI. Three I Training Center.

Force Base of Tampa, 87-78, in others, Lawrence W. Hanratty, f The new members are Lcdr.

the finals. Gibbs Corp. was handed AO2; Marshall D. McGrady, AOC; t Forrest H. Norvell, Ledr. Richard

third place honors as Milians and J. H. Wall, ALl, were not 7 1t Watson, and Marine Capt. La\ern
Drive Inn failed to make an ap i present "" : -R d I. Oltmer. Lcdr. Noryell will he

pearance. To qualify as combat aircrew- 'aJ the senior member of the board

Aided by fpur Jax Navy stars, men these men had to fulfill The Instrument Board is formed

Bob Grabaz Roger Stelma, Al nical requirements in tl'Ch-j J t "fr to check the proficiency of all

f Bullard, and Vince Zoda, the l focal cation survival, recognition, and Center pilots ,while engaged tn
s breezed by Boynton Beach: I aircraft gunnery. I I w instrument flights and to check

: 9361. In the semifinals, Fasron Lt. Edward A. Conlon was ., the knowledge of instrument\

downed Milians Drive Inn of awarded the Naval Reserve Med:,' :. procedures according to the !standard

Tampa, 9285. al during the ceremonies. .4k4 requirements set forth \bv
With only two matches remaining The squadron has completed its the Bureau of Aeronautics. It is
in the Springfield Veterans annual administrative material '5e expected that this new board III

Bowling League, Fasron's:: keg- inspection and is waiting'" to check a minimum of ]10 pilots! a
lers picked Cohen learn month, and at times the tuimK-r
up a couple on its marks ( which '
Bros, by eliminating Jax have been high enough the last will rise to 15.
Terminal 864-714, 868.730 and two I( Starting; at the line- afttrhnln'
years) to help earn the At',
43-714.! Cohen Bros. droppedtwo l lantic Fleet Battle Efficiency "E". i i A NEW BABY IN VF-174-AII new babies attract attentionand ( been scheduled an in-
VF-174's new baby the F9F-6 Cougar, was not an exceptionlast I strument check hop-the pilot
to Mid-State Steel. & Wire Patrol Squadron 5 was representated week when the squadron held an official welcome for the high in
Co The Fasronites now head the at the Navy Air Show in I speed jet following final check-out by all squadron pilot Lt. checking out, is observedduring

league by 2l,4 games. Miami recently by Lt. Gail H ; Aldrich Northrup CVG-17 flight surgeon (kneeling) simulatesa his starting, tailing,
i check-up of the Cougar, using a desk model, while Lt.jg( ) William his instrument take-off, and
Don LaMay led Fasron's attack Gilliam and his P2V-5 crew of Flynn (left) stands by to 'put a diaper on the "Infant". Assisting I climb out. During the entire
with 578 while Ben Trus- I Lt.jg( ) Jack H.' Still 1 (co-pilot), with baby bottle .is Lcdr. James Parker (center), as Lcdr.
hop, has
pilot visual
kowski picked up 518 and Ed Ax. I Greet McCoy Murphree, AL2; Oliver John larrobino, skipper (right) passes cigar to Lt. Joe Slaughter no
contact with the outside
man, 495.Philip M. Kelzenberg, AD3, and Harold E. Relew has departed Ensign Bob Brechler, from Naval of the aircraft. This (is acconv
W. Fluke, AOl, and Con. Steve R. Williams, A T3. I
VP-5 for San Diego, Calif. Air Training Command. He hasI pllshed by the use of blackout
ley" Cantrell, AOl, resumed duties When lovely "Miss De-icer of
1VFl2 completed instruction in the Naval toggles. The check-pilot
with Ordnance Division 1953" posed for cheesecake pictures -
x School of All Weather i
Flight, act as lookout at all times.A .
Monday after attending a six on one of the wing tips, Lt.
VF-13's recent return from Corpus, Christi. "I normal check flight consistsof !
week course at laval Schools, Gilliam was heard to mutter. .
Mine Warfare, Yorktown, Va. "When is the' Navy coming out Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, markedthe 1Fasron two hours or more of flight.

Richard D. Young, AB2, checked with that type of 'de-icer equip completion of its seventh 109 This hop may take the plane anv-
into the Squadron recently to ment''" cruise since commissioning.Aloha It was rough getting a plane I where within a hundred mile

begin duty. Young served aboard i Capt. John W Falls) USAF, has was bid Lt. Bill Wilson into the landing pattern with all 1 radius of the Jax Navy area

the USS FDR (CVA-42)) for the reported aboard for exchangefrom who recently transferred t to: Com- the storks landing in Fasron )109's During this two hours the planeis

past five years. Stewart AFB; Richard Lee FairJax staff Also 1 breaking vicinity. New paters includeAlva continously controlled by ief-

Well over the half-gafon mark Wilson, ATAN, and Andrew M. ranks were Jay E. Price, AT3 and Clum, AOC; Don Osewalt, AK3; i I erence to flight instruments

is John F. Joll, BM3, who donatedhis I Hartigan, ATAN, have reported Paul Fender, AT2 who are joining Bob Varner, SK2; and Hugh alone. While flying on instruments -

sixth pint of blood last week for duty from NATTC Memphis. the civilian contingent in "Red" Evans, ADZ. the pilot also works out

,with his goal set at a gallon. Two men have returned: Lcdr. I NAS separation center. New to the crew are Lt. Homer' problems of beam interception,

i1'P Edward J, Drody from the All \ Lt.jg( ) Bob Atherton exchangedvows Eckles, who has taken over as airways and voice procedure,

-S Weather Flight School at Corpus 1 with the former Miss Nan electronics' officer" and Lt.jg) I holding the locations patterns of, range approach

Nine combat aircrew'men certificates I Christi! and Ensign Howard P. cy Schroder in Marengo, Illinois Joel Ross who relieves Lt. Vince range interceptions
and the of
25 ail crewmen designations !Summers from St. Louis Lcdr. Latest addition to VF-13 is Lyons. Lt. Lyons is to join the problem navigation
and two patrol 1 .... by automatic directional
plane commander -- stripe contingent. A welcome
I finder. Ground
certificates were awarded aboard is extended to the draft approach

during ceremonies held at VP-51| of men from the USS Kula Gulf runs are practiced.eron .

last Saturday. Comdr. James C. Keeping a weather eye peeled Robert Hall and Edwin
Houghton, CO, made the
\ presen- on the "Iron Man" trophy are Burstyn, AK3. The Hell Razors
tation. the athletes of Fasron 109. To oppose the Screamin Dearnons"bf'
Lcdr. Benjamin Troemel, VP-5 I prove it the squadron basketball I I VF-171 tomorrow
executive officer, and Lt. John #' team I
S 1p dumped Supply 51.44 in the rI
i Biller Jr., were recipients of final playoff in the National

patrol plane commander certifi League.
k ;
Nine combat aircrewmen getting VF-174
certificates were Clyde O.
Liquid refreshments' will be the t
I Bauer, A02; Hobert M. Clement,
order of i'
today for Hell Razors
ADC; Elizar Escobar, ALC; Wil-
of VF-174, when they use! the Anchorage -
-- 1
I E area as a site for an all
Martin Lone :> I'
hands party. Officers have accept-

ed a challenge from the crew tor

Jax Man To a hot and heavy Softball game .

I while others engage in volley
ball and horseshoes. i I
Win WO Rate I
The CVG-17 golf tournament ,,
Only four E'nllslE'1 men in the goes into its second round. In the t.

entire U.S. Navy were selected for first round, the Hell Razors paired -,:! :
promotion recently to radio electiician off against VA-175 taking 22 :

warrant officer, and one of c 4< "aYeN i points out of a possible 27 ;
them 1 III Robert"C. Martin, a (or. The
winning six man team Is
goer ATC, now with Fighter I
composed of: Lcdr. John H. larro- !
I Squadron 172. ..,.,- ,.. t
-- -; bino, Lts.
Charles 0. McDaniel,
Radio Electrician Martin was selected -, "LET ME AT 'EM1'! -Hard as nails and ready for come what Alan W. Roberts, William Cam.e .
for this pi emotion from an may are Lieutenants John L. Sullivan (left) and Eugene Meyers, ; 1
eligibility; list established lust sum- jet fighter pilots of VF-62 who are New York City law enforcement ,
officers in civilian JIlt Comdr.
\ pier by a board! which checked Bruning New ; WAr
records and evaluation sheets of
some 6,000 regular and reserve Two Of Gotham's Men In Blue CO Of Air Group OneThe as;' ;x

rnen in the top two enlisted pay Navy's Carrier Air Group

grades. Now Flying Jets With VF62Out One changed command last
Lcdr. James B. Cain, Fighter week when Comdr Richard S. _

Squadron 172 skipper, swore Radio of one type of peace-en Rogers was relieved by Comdr.
Electrician Martin in as a warrant forcement uniform into another, tective Headquaiters. Robert M. Bruning at NAS Ce- ?

officer during a brief ceremony refnUy. is the story on Lieutenants Eugene Both men are fully qualifiedin cil Field. L.y
( Myers and John I* Sullivan small arms, but now, however Comdr. Rogers will become

The promotion caps ten years of two New YOlk City police ,, the caliber of the 'ammunition executive officer of Naval Air

Naval service for Martin. During officers! now "Gladiators" of need \1. somewhat larger Station, Atlantic City, N. 7. RIVIERA BOUND-A burlap
that time he has worked in seven' VF-62. and more powerful.
Before reporting to Cecil bag would look great on this!'
rating groups, including1) radarman, Lt. Myers attached to New When this tour of duty Ic completed Field, Comdr. Bruning French: beauty but the Paris
aviation radio technician, and aviation York's Seventh Precinct, pilots both men maintain it will 1 as the director served designers' saw fit to garb her in.
program for the this Cotton.lastex
electronics technician Ht patrol cur 475 through the be back to the "anphalt jungle" Radio striking two-piece
III Division of the Naval swim suit The model,
has' been in the Jacksonville; are streets' of Gotham while Lt. Sullivan and their respective jobs ,in the Research Laboratory in Washington nameless unfortunately, wore

since 1949. I )ia attached to Central De, police department.' ,. D. C. khow.the creation at a Paris fashion


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19 March 1953. JAX AIR NEWS ,Page Five .

14 Pilots OfVA35 r-: Four Weeks To See An Officer In German Navy -:-::- '

Join'Centurians' I Thought He'd Seen the World Until He Saw U.S.A. 1

"In the German Navy it .

took us four weeks to get in \

to see an officer Here I wm '
r Sharing the spotlight with other Ret in to talk to one anytime t )I
Atlantic Fleet squadrons who I want to." The Waves were honored Mon ,

day by a visit from Capt Joy 't:
claim records as "Centutians" are Those are the words of HelmutG.
14 pilots of VA-35, at Cecil Wurst, former jailor In the Bright Hancock who was here at .,t
Field German' i NAS Jax to meet and talk with
Navy during: World War t
A compilation of landings during II, who Is now a Marine Pfc just "her gals", \
three cruises i aboard the USS finishing Airman Preparatory At a reception held in Building I j

Leyte qualified the 14 plus 8 oth- School at NATTCenter, 712 Monday, Captain Hancock ;\t

ers now in various,squadrons. All A sculptor by profession, the 25- listened attentively to the Wave's ii 1
of the "Centurian" landings were year-old German came to the U S. "gripes" :and praises of Navy life ',/

made in AD .kyraider attack 14 months ago, and wan living z. and environment She discussed:; :i
born ben. with an aunt In Cincinnati before and helpfully answered suggestions -

The Leyte's tour of duty in Ko- enlisting In the Marines last end questions. She spoke of '
March her interesting experiences to Jin
lean waters m 1950-51 brought
about VA-35's Mist landings attentive audience. ,

aboard that carrier. Two cruises TIIOIT.II ONLY 17 At the war's It wasn't long before the hour

to the Mediterranean during end, he had been to sea many .-h ...........-- 1951.52 and 1952.53 rounded out times on a "schnellboot"' a German GERMAN NOW U. S. SAILOR tain Hancock was delighted to
their 100 landing PT boat attackingcomovs -Pfr. Helmut Wurst, a former take the time to pose:; with the
I :. member of the German
VA-35's latest pilot to \becomea in the North Sea lie had two Navy examines a 50-callber Waves for hometown photographs -

'Centurian" was Ltjg( ) Tyler I boats shot from under him and : machine gun during class at Q !'.
F. Dedham who also made the was a prisoner of war for half a I the Airman School at NATT- x Meeting Captain Hancock was
Center here In a picture he
50,000th landing aboard the Ley I year after being captured two days brought from Germany Helmut an unforgettable pleasure and fan
te. before the end of the European I a sculptor before entering occasion we will long remember
conflict. the service works .
Current "Centurians" now serving on a
with VA-35 are Lcdr. JamesW. Wiimt speaks his English; witha statue (right) which now M. The ladder of progress/ was
stands on a street in his homein
Conger squadron skipper: noticeable accent, but speaks it Essinglen' Germany. He shortened for 18 Waves last!
Lcdr.: Clayton M. Scott; Lt. How- with little trouble. Some of the was attracted to the Marine r week, when they passed the apprentice -
ard G. Smith; Lt. Peter E. Lu- I technical terms/ used In ANiPi Corps by Its discipline and tra- rung and ate now sporting

naas; LUjg) Chesley Y. Dellm- classrooms, however, did give him ditions. another stripe. Following last

ger( ; Lt.jg( ) Tyler F Dedman; some difficulty He learned/ the ---- --- Tuesday's exam, expectant Airmen

LUjg) Hubert B Loheed; Lt.jg( ) I language at a teachei's college in Germany, he received his degree and Seamen patiently watched -

Porter E.: Clemens; Lt.jg) Roy : Esslmgen, his home town in Southwestern before coming over here. the Barracks' bulletin board

W. Ewertz; Lt.jg( ) Kenneth L. Germany in the province Here on an immigiantisa, the I for a notice of the ,test results. I

\ Beckman;; LUjg( ) James W. Huber of Wurtemberg, German youth hopes to stay In the Well done to Shirley Pillaid

; Lt.jg( )) Darrell F. Kirkpat- Sll U. S. after his enlistment is up, ,AN, who was the one Wave to
E BECAME: Interested In and become a citizen. He now the Airman New
rick; Lt.jg( ) Robert 0. Blacking conquer exam.
I ton, and Lt.jg) Robert G Lan. sculpturing, which is his hobby as has his eye on art school with intentions additions to the Seaman rate are:

don. well M his occupation, throughhis of going Into commercial Particia Madman, SKSN; Char-

friendship with an old master art In the advertising: field. lame Cooper, TESN; Barbara

---,--- -- ----- sculptor In E-sshngen Rncouiagedat t f Crowell, RMSN; Sophie }Fedak

his first efforts, he enrolled) :. COMMRMIMJ on the United CSSN; Mary Gable, DKSN; Ann
ANP) School for study at an academy in Stutt- States, Wurnt commented that it Hear!, JOSN: Barbara Hill, SN;

Grad HonorsTo gart, and later spent three years was the tremendous size and great SALTY HUMOR FROM Vina Ice SN, Alice Johnson SN;
working on Gothic churches, head- distances In the country that Impressed Faye Jones, SN; Joan Knodel:
SchenckTopping s tone a and monuments in and him mont on Hint, arriv- HERE AND THERE I SN: Marie Marciante, SN; Betty

around his home. Later tested bya I ing"I had teen to Norway I A rallioad claim agent was I ReiHer SN; Annalou Scott, SN;
Class 5303 at Air board of sculptors from all over France, Germany mid. England before teaching his wife to drive, when I Pauline Smith, SN; Helen Turner

man Preparatory School at -- ," he said, "and thought I had the brakes suddenly failed on asleep SN, and Jane Vlacic; TESN.
NATTCenter last week was seen the woild But after comingover ,, downhill grade. "I can't S .

Marine Pfc. Peter R. Schenck, Spearfishermen Lay here I soon realized that I slop," she shrilled The Wave's Softball team will

with a final of 88,97in had only seen a small part of It. its initial
average Future Club Plans "What'll I do? "Brace yourself '- stage practice session
a class of 203 sailors and "and I like the people heie." ," advised her husband, "and April 1 1. with n capable directing .;
enthusiasts met for
marines. -- staff Ruby Smith will \
to hit manage
try something cheap
the first time last. Thursday to discuss .._
------- -- and Ken Stewart Services
A former -
plans for forming a club.
Marine Corps Cancels will coach. Personnel interested
1 student It WAS decided that since many An irate mother marched her
in playing softball, (can put ,
Enlistment ExtensionsThe )
personnel w ere Interested but ten-year-old Moil into a doctor's office
at Dart their name on the bulletin boardin
lacked equipment and all the 1952 order involuntarily and demanded/ : "Is a boy of
Barracks 720 and 722 as soon ,;
mouth College, know how, common equipmentpool extending enlistments has been his age able to perform an appendix -
as possible.Welcome!
he is a grad would be established. The called off by the Marine Corps operation ?" "Of course 't
aboard to a new crew
equipment) could be used by any and all Leathernecks will be discharged not," snapped the doctor Mama
uate of Dublin at NAS. Included are Betty
member of the club. as they complete normal turned angrily: on the boy and
(N.H.) High 1 Knapp and Bernice Stebbmgs
Following officials were elected: enlistment contracts. shouted, : "So, who wa right? from Bainbridge; Elaine Boeningand
School though "
Tom Glennon JO2 OomFairJax, Marines presently serving under Put it back! Marcia Eggert from San -

5'hfnck----- home is president; Pfc. Bill Gough, }4AT- involuntary extensions are to Diego; Arley Jean Moss from

now in Ruby, N. Y. TC, vice-president; Jim Ryan, Ord be discharged as soon as practicable "Son, I look. for a gill who steals, Philadelphia and Rosemary Sullivan

Schenck entered the Marine nance Gunnery, secretary; and although the new order lies, and sweats." from Pensacola. NATTCenler -

Corps in September 1952, and Norm Warner, VF-17J treasurer, says men: concerned don't necessarily "Is that good, Dad?" greeted two women Marines '

took his recruit training at The group hopes to hold a few have to accept early release "Yes. A girl who steal Into from Parris Island. They are

Parris Island. From here he outings in the near future and In cases where it would your arms, lies there, and sweats Alice Carlson and Mary Brady.

goes to NATTUnit, Lakehurst, wishes to extend an invitation to cause a hardship individuals shell always love you." Joy Gardner and Betty Van Dyke

N. J., and has been assigned to all hands to attend the meeting may ask to stay on and be discharged C logged aboard from Bainbridge

Aerogi'apher's Mate School 1 tonight, March 19 at 1930 in-Matn- under the old schedule, The office peach WM. well pier and Lula Wigginton from Nor-.

there. Hide Library. served,
.. folk.They
srEARFISIi.ERS..llert's- -. The boys thought she was have the NAS Hospital

grand; blues, and it "ain't a very pleasant
VA-103 Exec ) | 1., one But when
Departs the bo.sfl'g wife found cruise.Included! are Carol
Lcdr. William J. Gray has received ..A't' ../ fish story there out Johnson, Dolores Quinn Jewel
Orders transferring him) fiN j"1'n' ; ran be no argument The office peach got canned.! Gunn and Jean Less from NAT

from his post as executive officer ,.>" *.,' 'd'i about. The S TCenter; Jean LeBlanc and Joyce
tarpon weighs 46
of. Attack Squadron 105 to duty i } House Detective (on phone) : Rogers from NAS. Visiting hours
pounds and wastaken
as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to I : "Are you/ entertaining a man in at the Hospital are 1300-1600 every
on a speartired
Vice Admiral John H. Cassady, your\ loom?" day but Thursdays.
from a C02
Commander of the U. S. Sixth Young Woman: "Ju.t a minute Wedding bells will soon be
by Norm
Fleet gun I'll ask him. ringing: for Bertie Morgan who
,"' 7A Warner ATI, announced
w1 f her engagement to
left) of
Lutheran Service Center VF.I7I.1: A new version of 'The Facts Eddie Langham, and Gloria

. Features Movies Tonight' skate is DonHorowitz of Life" was presented by Jimmy, Arvey who is now engaged to

The Lutheran Service Center Invites A N 'I age eight. Jack Dupra.
servicemen to attend the NAS Operations,'I' He was aligned by his teacher Navy life Is ending for Jean
to write a piece about his Bechdolt and Jean Stefancin,
showing: of pictures in color of who with Warner origin.
Taster Krueger's trip to Europe, speared 13 Seeking cooperation, he questioned who are being discharged this

FridAY March 20, at 2000 at 22 grouper in addition his mother: "Mom, where did week ,
--- ------
North Hogan St. Refreshments/ to the Grandma came from?"- "And me too?"

will be, served. above. The two The stork brought Grandma, s "And! you too, dear."
3 are members of darling," Resignedly Jimmy 1 wrote the

Sign on a cafe filling station > the Navy organ- "Well, where did yow come lead for his ,composition: "Thert'
on Route 66: 'Come in-Eat andGet lied spear 'fish- from 1'" pursued Jimmy. have been no natural births,In out

Gas." ,J JI)j club, ", "Th ,stork brought IM, too." family for three generattonsr"!

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Several "on the border line" prospects fell off the deep end

Saturday and Sunday when the Jax Navy Fliers staged their first .M

practice games of the season. It was of little importance that the :

locals droped both meetings, as tireless Coach Frank McCaffrey threw

his athletes into competition with instructions to sink or swim. kb. ,
Those who did survive gave the local scene a more promising picture 4 .

of a winning season than the outlook we foresaw at the same

time last week The minnows have gone upstream for fattening,

while "keepers" are preparing for a full five months of activity t 4.

Our attention was focused on the mound where Coach McCaffrey
NAS BASKETBALL CHAMPS-Fasron Six, perennial titleholders in nearly every..phase of
cent seven hurlers to prove themselves.. Possibly six made the grade. intramural athletics, added the Malnslde Intramural basketball crown to its list with a 76-56 win

Under fire against the Jack Rossiter Baseball School Saturday were over Fasron 109 in the finals. Team members are, front row (left to right) Tom Walsh, Jim Murray -

tight handers Ken Jacobs and Clarence Eilertson and southpaw Joe Hill.Balky, Mutt Pasco, Will Ewing and Coach Horace Looney. Back row, Don McCully, John I
Dailey. Uvoroxnak. Frank Efaytles John Campbell, Bob Home, Chuck Hontz and Pete Giovanni, Fasron
Six meets AE School for the station title.
Jacobs WM. tagged for only one hit In holding the foe core-
-- -
If'8') the first three frames. lie issued a pair of free tickets,

fanned four and hit one Catcher Bob Home, on whom we'll takea Pumps Closed To 109'ersIn TWO-BIT CLUBMutt

ticket as possibly the best prospect on ,the field, said the big Pasco, Fasron ,Six, the

guy had a good Inshoot, but was missing with his curve ball. Luke Appling of NAS Intramural -

With a little polish on form, Jacobs might round into a regular basketball, waited until

starting: assignment.Two Losing IM Cage TitleBULLETIN the final game of the year to

scratch hits had Dailey in trouble in the fourth However, make his appearance in the

an error at third base was the damaging blow in a two run uprising. Two-Bit Club. His acceptancewas

Dailey has good poise and pretty fair control. His bender might Battling uphill until the fourth quarter, Fasron Six, Malnslde an auspicious one, how

develop Into a big asset for the locals. Dailey to stay champion, drubbed NATTCenter titleholder AE School, l 3-5t, in ever, as Pasco'led his mates toa
the first game of the station basketball playoff Tuesday night The
The third performer Saturday was EUertton, who throws victory for the Mainside I i
second in a best of three series was played last night at the NAS
hard and Is willing to learn. Although touched for three tallies, gym. ... crown and first place towards

he relinquished only two hit., but WM In trouble with four-ball Fasron 109 ran out of gas in the third quarter, as Fas- the Iron Man Trophy

pitches ron Six picked up steam and rolled to a 75-56 victory Friday Through the concluded sea

Herb Hitchings worked two frames Sunday but was unimpressivewith evening for the Mainside intramural basketball championship. son, 21 names have been placed

his slow motion antics .

Jim Eason, Ken Bruning and Ralph Bennett toiled the remaining I Three times in the third heat coveted
VF-2 Tips SupplyIn
even innings. Eason who was with the locals only briefly last sea the 109'ers wet'e within six points, sistent member of the club was
i a preliminary setto for the
son before departing from NATTCenter, was Impressive. but the balanced attack of the VA-45's Bob Smith. His top
third place VF-22 surprised Supply -
The wrongsider kept most of his breaking stuff low and was winners was not to be denied ahead'at output for six games was 65
62- 9. Supply was
fairly consistent with a fast ball that was through. the middle. Its erupting for a :51-40 advantage Into points.
the half, 33.28, but lost the ad-
no secret he'll be around for the opener. the final quarter.It FIN A I. VOSTKR SIIKKT
vantage late in the third quarterand Bob Smith, VA-43; ; 6:$, 40, 39, 34,
Coach :McCaffrey was well pleased with the work of stocky 31 26 point.
was as.tight as Marilyn Mon
had to fight uphill the remaining Bill
Bailey Faaron Six I S6, 27
Bennett who hit out of the
Ralph a guy admittedly ran one park ,
roe's sweater the first quarter 10 minutes. 25 points
I if the "will throw Bradley Kldd Fasron SU M
pitcher, me my power. Mannix's
with Bill fielder at the George Dasher tossed in the point
Bennett has a good motion, throws hard and wants to stick. He One McKenil. NARTU: 48, 36,
buzzer giving Fasron 109 a 16-14
will. I winner at 2:21, giving VF-22 a 60- 25: polnti
bulge Fasron Six took charge at 56 bulge Supply used a fielder Don McLeaf, Operation: 36 27
With a little control, Brunlng will take a regular turn on the points.Dave.
that juncture, breezing to a 37-25 and free throw by John Huske to Sugg. VF-173t: 36 25 point.
hill We liked the little guys' competitive heart, but good. His fast I halftime lead the Tom Northrop, OAG; 34, 32, 28,
predominately on narrow the count, but Hal Averyt
ball is effective and he has good poise all the time. zr points.
very floor work of Mutt Pasco. tallied the insurance marker seconds Marv Senne. VF-173: :34polnti.
Bruning needs more control, but he's a comer and will be around Bob Strauibaugh. VJF-172; $3
Playoff Forthcoming before the buzzer. 30, 29 points.
most of the way.Shortstop Howell Bauwftt, VA4332: points
Pasco and Bill shared Despite fouling out in the third Mac Jones VJ230: 28
Lucky Luttrell hasn't hit his stride at the plate. When Bailey VF -mlnt.J30
Paul Deslaurlen, ;
quarter, Jack Stringer was high
he does', however, watch the Orlando pro move Only Home, scoring honors with 25 points each points
point man for the winners with Jack Stringer, VF29: 28. 25
for the of
quintet Building 200
Luttrell and Matt Woloszyn appear to have their arms in shape for -
the season. It's just a matter of time before Jim Coughlin, Bill Zeig- while Jim Murray flipped through 17 points. Dasher counted 15 and Poncho( lIartman, VF-173: 28

ler, Bill Schuckers and Tom Neely, who Is on an emergency leave, are 14. From his southpaw stance, Averyt 12. Supply's scoring was points George Dasher VF-22: 27 potnU\
headed by Don Jones' 16 points Dave Opsal, VA.-173: 27 point*.
ready Coughlin was stroking the ball well both games and Jim Smith counted 16 points, Man- John westlund, Supply; 24
Bchuckers; who's a hustler from the word go, showed signs of readiness nix and Bill Madden were good for Jack Lucousky hit six fielders fora points
Mutt Pasco, Fasron SIx:: 25
dozen while Husk had
"Take the sweat jackets to the barracks Mac, you can't 10 each to the loser's cause. points, points. .
11. 'Leroy Wrede, SS-lst. Lt.: 25
play in the rain." A playoff of the statio title was points.

Dick Maylander, the powerful West Virginia outfielder hasn'tbeen I underway Tuesday. AE School !SUMMABIESFMW six (711PIarer points.John Neal. Baufhnun VF-171: 25

able to buy a base hit yet, but h,', been on ready for the past I represent NATTCenter, match Ewing, f ........FG I .YT.0.2 TA rr 1 IP 2 Huskf, Supply 25 points

week and should hit with regularity shortly. We hope! Wright ing shots with Malnside' Fasron Walsh t ........ 0 1.2 1 t
Bailey, c .......10 5-6 4 25
: Price, George Ligon and Bob DeJoy have the inside track on utility Six in a best of three series. Both Murray, r .4 0 24Shytlec
:::::: t.t Winter Two Ball
\ infield chores. If Ligon can shake loose at the plate he'll press hard courts will be utilized, intramural Pasco ,g c........ *4- 7-7 3 3 25:9
for a starting assignment officials announced
Totals .......:26 >,-28 11 76 Play TerminatedCompetition
Fir. lot (56)(
. PUy r FG-VT-rTA TT IT came to a close
Madden, t ...... 3 0-3 4 10
Strengthened Fasron Six Nabs Mannlx, f....... 3 0-0 3 10 yesterday afternoon in.the ,Win-
Butson, t ....... t 0-0 1 2
Behr. c: 2 3.5 5 7Smith ter Two Ball Championshipswhen
g :::::::.6 4-8 2 16
Herrman, r ......4 0-21 8 Ed Barnes and Herb Herres
flflU Cannon g ......1 1.2 2 3
Florida Basketball CrownBULLETIN teed off against Erwin Scott and
Totals .......24 8.20 18 56
Pete Gardner for the title in the

boarded a plane for Denver,Colo., the outcome. Abetted by an early Ticket Still AvailableFor championship bracket.

Transportation difficulties and the national AAU tournament. margin of 12-2, the Sailors were John larrobino and Jim Kirk-
Links Meet
' forced cancellation of Fasron Taking the last AAU hurdle Tn in front at least 10 points mostof lighter defeated Les Leschak and

Six's trip to Denver for the stride, an 87-78 decision over Mac- the way. MacDill tried to bringits Golfdom's top stars tee off tomorrow Uly Beck, 1-up, for the first

National AAU Basketball Dill AFB in the state finale at foe down to size with a fast at Hyde Park for $10,000in flight crown, while Don Card and

Tournament Jackson High School last Thurs- break offense that WM crisp and prizes in the ninth annual Jack-
Ed Edwards hammered out a 2-
i I e day eve Fasron Six thumped Fas effective in spots sonville Invitational Open Golf

a This was to be Fasron Six'syear ron 109 the following night for But the visiting Air Force five Tournament with the finale slated up decision over .Jim Baines and

the intramural toga Jut could few .for Nick Maggadmo.
I was manage only a reboundsoff Monday afternoon.
in cage circles. From the
, forced to postpone its setto with either board and was forced to Tickets for service personneland In a 24-hole marathon, Capt.

opening tipoff in City League Gibbs Corp. for City League hon settle for a back seat role in the i dependents have been made Norman Helfrich and Bob Clem-

competition and Mainside\ intramural ors until returning from the Mile- finale as a partisan crowd roared available at a reduced price. Admission -
ents downed Bob Moon and Jim
play on the stationto High City.Fielding. approval at Fasron's mastery. for each day of the tour-

the Inception of the district an entry in AAU com- It was Roger Stelma, aa un- nament .Ls $1, a reduction from the McDaniels, 1-up. The winnerswere

and state AAU tourneys the petition which in most aspects was heralded member of the Jax Navy usual $2.45 ducat. 3-up after nine, but Moon

past two weeks, the blue cladsof a carbon copy of the Jax: Navy varsity through the past season NAS Special Services Building and McDaniels put together

Building 200 were imbued varsity, Fasron Six used wins over who made victory easy for Fasron 930 NATTCenter Special Services savage comeback that netted a

with dreams of'basketball Boynton Beach, 93-61, and Mllians Six. The agile Illinois. eager, who Building 593, and the station Golf draw on the 18th. ,

conquests.The Drive Inn of Tampa, 92-85, as does moat of his shooting from Shack save been designated as A par 4 on the sixth sudden

visions are no longer a figment stepping stones to the MacDlll the left side, was deadly both inside selling points. Personnel are urgedto death green was the match win

of the mind. Reality took fray.There and outside the keyhole as he I make purchases as soon as possible ner for Capt. Helfrich and C lm.en .

..hlJut week when Fasron Six WM never any doubt of tallied 30 points. for the weekend play. ts.Page .
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1953 -
JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ....'

Trackmen Host f.I:5.' / :. .. Focus jf& At Third

Quantico HereIn L ,, $ \.. :.', nSession Hitting

: a' ti ; Of Baseball
53 Opener I ( CampDirectors

attractive 13 P
<* meet of fifth annual Baseball
schedule has been drawn for' the Jax-Navy Boys'
in Beach this week site of the
the 1953 Jax Navy varsity Training Camp were Daytona ,
Cleveland Indians' farm training: program, in an effort to
track team with the inaugural
featured guest for the third session of the
procurQ a camp
set for March 26 with the

Quantico Marines at Lacka- : Saturday morning.Last !. .
year Tris Speaker, director
wanna Park. All home meets Hitting will be stressed in the
of the Cleveland farm camp
will be run o'n the Lackawan- b graced the Mason Field soil at, three age brackets, 11, 12-13 and
na oval. x 14.15, in addition to furthering
the second'session and was a popular
Coaches Paul McCoy and Tom favorite with the baseball : defensive work at the various

Long are optimistic of the Fliers' hungry youngsters. I positions. Only one more session

chances this season, despite the Miller As Guest remains following Saturday before -

fact that only four members of Camp head coach Frank Mc- the all-star game, April 4. _

the '52 squad are still on the sta. Caffrey indicated that Bill Terry, An abundance of diamond per-

tion. Final tryouts for the Quan New York Giant great and now a sonalties were on hand at last

tico meet will be held, Saturday Jacksonville businessman, would week's school, spotlighted by

morning 'wheh the cinder directors possibly be available. Mean- Eddie Miller, the king of short-

take a peek for the first while, he announced tHe sched- stops in his 12 years ih the major
time at 46 eager athletes. 5' ule of events Saturday. leagues.

Dash man Ken Stewart, hal Members of the Jack Rossiter
LEARN-Basking in I __
miler Larry White, broad jumper the diamond lore tossed their a I Baseball' School, Cocoa, Fla., and

Bill Schroeder and hurdler Joe way were some 375 youngsterswho Camp Lejeune Marine nine were

Hawkins are the returnees. attended last Saturday's utilized along with the Jax Navy
session of the Jax Navy Boys' varsity in the individual in-
Most promising new comer to Baseball Training Camp. In top structions.
the short sprint events is Ed photo special guest Eddie Mil-

Scott. In the field the locals appear ler, former major league short- \ H Larger Attendance ,
to have picked up considerable stop, explains "to 14-year-old 'Miller was the first major lea- ,
Bruce Nelson tips on hitting gue celebrity to
appear at the i
depth. James Kelly, Bob stance. At the right, Jax Navy's
thus far.
Campbell and Carmen Kypke afford Bill Zeigler, lends .hand to camp His colorful career
the Fliers good representation prospective first basemen. The as one of the greatest defensive' i
third session of the ramp is set X players in the history of the j
in the vault pits.
for Saturday morning at Ma- game was a source of enlight-
M. J. Peterson, displays season son Field. ment far the boys. i

ed poise with the javalin, while Attendance i
surpassed the
pre- :
Bob Brautigam is very adept Brackets Set vious week's total of 375 as the
with the discus and shot. Al annual project
sponsored jointly
Kamakwiwbole churns the hall l by the City of Jacksonville-

mile at a respectable clip and For Station Naval Air Station, continues to

quarter miler Arnold Dunnels, mushroom into ,4
a nationally recognized -
eyes a starting assignment with' Golf TourneyQualifying program.

justified confidence. Prior to the breakdown of the

March tins 26 TRACK Quantico SCHEDULE Marines (home). i rounds for the Sta- Practice Frays Utilized In camp into age groups, Miller
April 4 Miami Univ. (away), spoke to the youngsters in
April 11 Orlando AFB (homer tion Golf Championship came toa mass,
Apia 18 Kanai Rtlayc (away). point out that there are two
April 29 s I AKB (away). close last week with 90 links- i
May 1 Miami Unlv (home), Out Diamond things a ball player must know,
May ft Orlando AFS (home). men set to swing for individual Weeding Crop "What can I do with my body to
May 18 Ijrlln AFB and Orlando I
AKB (home). laurels in five brackets. r get in the best position to field
Mar 23 To be filled (horn). Ii The cutting wielded with )hand at and to hit." -
May 30 UuanUco ), Co-medalists were Les Leschakand axe was a heavy '
June 5 To be \lre4ra.W'Y:: Mason Field last weekend by Coach Frank McCaffrey who Later the featured guest worked -
June 12-IS East Coast Championship Bill Korresell who fashioned
(host to be derided' )), j saw his Jax Navy nine take shape for the first time in a with the older division. Miller
June 16 30 Interiervlce Track and two over par 74's. Defending of with the Jack Rossiter Baseball School stressed the
Field Meet. Fort Jackson, I pair dry runs prime importance of _
South Carolina. champ Erwin Scott qualified Cocoa. Fla. fielding know how, a trait he

with 78. Golfers in the cham- With the exception of a few assignment mastered in early years. "I madeup

Announce Opening Of pionship bracket were all> under' pitchers, every man in the working mound consecutive Saturday three inning, I for my lack of speed by acquiring

spring training camp who-pos- a keen sense of timing
IM Softball Leagues 80. stints. Herb Hitchings, Jim Eason,
sessed a glove and two hands and understanding of the hitter.
flight with the Ken Bruning and Bennett
Every Ralph
Mainside's two intramural exception saw action at least one day. Mc ; That: how I made the grade," he

softball leagues will start playon of the championship Caffrey sent three hurlers to the toiled Sunday concluded.

or about April 13, it was will be tallied on a bracket'l' nob Saturday in a 5.4 defeat and The Fliers out-hit the Rossiter .
School eight to six in bowing :5-
used four when the Ross-
announced by Special Services handicap. Qualifying scores Sunday
4 but four in the AE Quintet Cops
office. the flights are, first 80-84; second iter nine picked up a 6-3 decision. costly errors
I field spelled defeat. The local'sproduced
Teams desiring to submit 84.90; third 91-94 and fourth 95- There was an evident absenceof a run in the fifth on Center PlayoffAE

early lists are urged to do so 104. j heady baseball both after- third 1 baseman Bob DeJoy'sdouble School trimmed
before the routine delivery of Expected to give Scott serious noons but the Fliers have enough Supplylast
a fielder's choice to Dai- week for the ATTCenter
roster blanks is made.In trouble in his quest for a second time before the opener with Uni-
ley and a single by centerfielder intramural basketball
consecutive title is Ken Sutton, versity of Georgia, Atlanta Division championship -
addition umpires'c1inic
an Matt Woloszyn. but was extended the distance
;: March 24 to shake off the -
who last week at Day ton a ,
will be held prior to the j Behind 3.1 into the home half in a best of three playoff.
opener. Information can )>e Beach's Golf and Country Club winterized lethargic habits. of the sixth, Jax Navy counteda The Student Electricians won the

had by phoning extension 512 fired a record breaking 64 on the I Clarence Ken Jacobs Eilertson Joe Dailey shared and the tally when Ora Dudley singledand opener, 69.43, lagged behind on .,

or :593. par 72 layout. 'was moved around on two a 59-57 count in the second and

,- .,- "::" ,f> .infield outs The foe picked up a took the finale, 4037.
run in the seventh and eighth.
Supply won first round
Netmen Humbled Lose Opener 5-4 title, while the Center champswere

,r George Ligon's sharp single to runner-up to AGO School ..
By < Gator VarsityStill t a left ninth
ignited a two run for the: second round. However, with

in the weeding out stageof the Fliers. The utility infielder the AGO class graduated, AE!
the Jax spirited moved to second on a poor throw School

season, Navy's stepped up a notch to the
but short handed tennis team from the outfield and scored playoff

willie with three southern uni- I shortly after on DeJoy's liner to Team W L
AGO School 8 0
versities over the weekend. The center ,,L 7 t
matches are scheduled for Boone I Joe Fay tripled to right center Sup.pyho 6 4 2Malinea 4AO

Park. after Eilertson skied, sending De- Ships Ce>. :3 SAO
home but he doubled off School 3 !S
The Florida Gators pinned an Joy was el
Medical 2 6
8-1 defeat on the Fliers last week, third when Diet Tate popped to S. s..lst. Lt 1 1
but the charges Of Coach Leon the shortstop and the defensive
Wilson, sole point getter against signals with the Navy coach were and was moved to third on DillZeigler's

Florida, are hopeful l of vengeance ( S crossed.A safety.
when they tackle Georgia, Tenn- .E Sy walk to Jim Coughlin and Navy found a new weapon in
the eighth to count its final run,
consecutive singles by Bob Horne
essee and Duke on consecutivedays. y
........ and Bill Schuckers produced a utilizing a walk, wild pitch pass
Rr run for the Fliers in the first ball and error to plate Bob Nolte.
Coach Wilson was anxious to
canto of the second game. The Coach McCaffrey indicated he
have additional personnel interested
in varsity tennis contact visitors picked up three in the would spend the week stressingthe

him at extension 8284. second, however, and were never details of baseball, rather
t 1 behind in winning 63. than over-all play which has

the Pitchers Need Work been covered thus far. "With a
Paddy Driecoll holds pro- -- --- -
fessional record of the most drop. PLAYOFF ACTION-Tom Herman ((12)) .f Furon 109 attempts Both nines exchanged a tallyin smaller squad," the Navy men

Kicked field goal in a single game. to block: a one-bander thrown by Fasron Six's Bill Baileyla I the fourth. Eason's second out tor advised, 111 be able to give

He booted four again Columbus the MaJnside intramural playoff melee last Friday. Fasron Six, ground ball scored Dick May- more individual attention, par-
American division winner, took the measure of the IM-ers, Na-
en Nov. 23, 1925. tional victors., 76-3C.<< ,I|I lander, who drew life on a boot ticularly to the pitching staff"


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tight: J&X AIR NEWS 19 March 1953

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if : u" ''''':, f.$. <' ,'+ '
,...'ff. =t"Wi,> f} : .,x,,' : 80 Tickets For Traffic
m1laliI .", <.> ..&J< ; 4 I

(Items offering for sale articles'

of property such as washing machines \ Violations In Two Weeks

automobiles, furniture, radios

clothing and the )Jike are pro-
traffic violators )have
hibited by Defense Department -4, Eighty D. 0, Noyce, AA, Improper
r' been summoned to in thestation'
regulations This I column will, t appear parking, failed to report to Traffic
traffic court within the
however, list such services as court on first summons; car

avalabel( housing, rides wanted past two weeks. restricted 1 week.J. .
The is list of viola-
and lost and found tides or other w following a T Pigg, BM2, No driver's li.
w tors and offenses represented at
similar notices.) tense, under the {Influence of
the traffic court through March
FOR RENT liquor; to commanding officer for
I 112' .
Furn rm, $5 wk. 1119 lona St k X14 action.
I I Pvt R. Dacey, Faulty equip-
Ph. 6-6935, Mrs Leila Perry f+ R. W. Schuli, Involved in an

Finn single and dble. ims. 1447 ment, ,driving with 'a void state accident, gave false name at
I license! to remain off sta-
Avondale Ph. 2-5930, Mrs.Schulta car scene of accident; car restrcted
i Lion VQtil repaired ,and a new 2 weeks

,5 t'nhoulle, 6416 103id St.. Mrs. r' state license procured. R. R. Knox, AN, Improper
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Ogilvie. SCENIC FISHING GROUND parking; car restricted 1 week

: Finn. rm. 2130 Dellwood, Mrs -Casa Linda Lake, located at"* (suspended for 6 months),

ThompkinsFinn. the eleventh hole on the sta. H P. JlcQuire, AN, Improper
tion golf course, lends a pleas. parking; car restricted 1 week '
5 rm. bungalow, $100 mo. .
for fresh .f I
ant atmosphere wa
(suspended for 5 months),
1300 Hamilton St. Ph. 8-4571, ter fishing. Fishing Is restricted F
Mr. Shannon. to the North bank. Henry Pfc. L. D. Rancy, Improper

2 lurn. bdims. 3689 Pine St. Ph. Thomas, TDAN, from NATT. i parking; car restricted 1 week.

2-9864, Mrs. Srhaile. Center Training Facility I I I U.jg) F. M, Cahill, Improper
(right) takes advantage of tint
Finn. 6 I'in. house. 2820 HarvardAve. fine fishing at the lake. I parking; car restricted 1 week

., $85 mo., Mrs Mobley.'Furn. h xo (suspended for 3' months).

3 rm. apt.' $45 mo. 2148 ,I Enlisted Men Extended J. A. Jardine, ALAN, Improper

RoHselle. Ph. 7..5461.' "' Dependents Allowance parking; car restricted, 1' week
Share 6 rm.. apt. 2101 DellwoodAve I R. J. Owens, SHSN, Improper

pi,.: 7-4801 or apply at 768 Enlisted men with dependentswere j' / parking; car restated 1 week:

Goodwin, St., Mrs. Rouse": virtually assured of the a 3 (suspended for 6 months'). .
continuation of extra allowances
Fern ,6 rm., duplex apt. 1312 Me-- 'f.w R. K, Marshall, AM2, Improper
for another 2 !1/4 when the
Duff. Ph. 2.4403,, Mrs Holloway.'Furn. years parking; .car, lestrjcted week
Senate approved the extensionand
bdim. $12 wk.: Ph.' 2-0790, :(suspended for 6 months).
the House scheduled early '
Mra:: Walsh. an \ G. (), Pace, ,AI>$, Driving witha

KIUH", day or Wk 2601 hark. Ph. vote. void state (:ens'ej; car to be -
8-2770, Mis Houston. The present t dependents' allowance L- $i P parked "in Dewey Park only' until '.
law expires April 30. The : .
2 Fum. rms. $40 tn'o. 145 W. 3rd 1 ar new. tag procured

St. Ph. 3.9729, Mrs. Knight extension of the act without |I I L. F, Royal, Driving with a

Unfurn- im, apt. $65 mo 332 W. change is to_ July 1, 1955--the {I I! "They're Jumpin' void state license; car restricted '1

., 26th St. Ph. 3-9729 01 :')5-0169, same date the. draft law_expires. .I ,week (suspended for 4 months).

Mr. Knight. I I Fishermen 'Pulling In' PlentyOf n, P. Dimicco, YNSN, Driving

Share turn home 2804 Wallet' St. HAlF-GAlLON CLUB I with a void state license; car restricted

Ph 2.7687 Mrs. Pmholster.Fum. '1 week (suspended for
ADDS 13 DONORS; At Casa Lindadrainage
3 rm apt, 919 Rosselle St. 'Keepers' I 4 months).

Ph, 8-2rt5r, Mr Rhodes ROSTER SHOWS 246 I C. C Craven, AMI, Driving

Finn. rm. 4415 Marquette Ph. The list of half-gallon donors ."The fish ate: "jumpin') at i I ditches flowing into it, with a void state license; car re

88-7812, Mrs Klvem.Furn. personnel who have donated Casa Linda,'Lake, so sayp. the and 'also from an overflow ,from stricted 1 week.C. .

bdrm. and kitchen. Ph. 74788 at least: four pints of Preventive1\tedicine Unit No. I I -the indoor swimming pool, whichis L. Steinmetz, Driving with a

or 7-8223. Mrs. Dodd. blood to the Armed Forces- here. several blocks away. void state license; car restricted

!{m. and bond, 4246 Lexington.Ph. Blood Program, has swelled to Casa Linda Lake in case you i .. Up to now the lake has best 2 wee.. kg( suspended 6 months).

2-8267.Mrs. 'Sorrell. a total membership of 246. are new here, is located behind been remembered as the No. 1 G. L. Field SN, Driving with a

llnfuin. 2 bdim. apt. 3233 Post Added to the group last the station chapels on MustinRd. I hazard for golfers and as that void state license; car restricted

Ph. 2-0&91 I, Mrs. Farila. week were the following dog ., running along the fairway "island' hole". 2 weeks (suspended for 9

Share home with couple. Ph. 2- nois: of No. 11 hole at the station golf months), ,

7216, Mrs LeGrand. James W. Cpnaway; .AEAN, course Until a year ago, when the Lt. G J, Gamache, Driving witha
Florida fish hatchery department '
FOIL SAI.K: VP5. The lake of the scenic
one void state license; Warning.Ens. .
2 bdim home and 11 acres on Douglas R. Riles, O&R. stocked the lake with an
sights of the station, is artificial J. E. Jannotta, Driving
Lake Intel lachen, $8.900, Write Maurice D. Price, Chief abundant supply of bass and
and partially supplied by an ar- with a vaiod state 1 license; car
Capt. R. C Kepha.it, 4611 43rd Carp, O&R.Richard< tesian well at Its' lower extrem- blue gills, there was no fishing restricted for 2 weeks (suspended

Place, N W., Washington, D. C. L. Riegel, AN, NAR- eties. Other water comes from whatsoever. The only thing for 6 months).
Unfuin 5 im. house, GI equity, _. fished out of the lake were
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TU.David J. L. Conn AN, Speeding; car
Mr. Snivel ', Public thousands of golf balls. Fishermen .
$16 mo Ph. 2-2350, ) J. Ghanayem, restricted 1 16 days.
New Davis Rider
S bdim. home, Lakeshore, 5145 Works. are having much better
J M. Nunn AN
Speeding; car
Birkenhead Rd. Ph. 2-5156, Mrs. Wiley N. Greene, AM3, VC. (Continued: from Page 1)) 1' luck now, "pulling in" good restricted 2 weeks.D. .
sized "keepers".
Curry. fined to attempts to delay: actionin L. Horowitz ADAN, SpeedIng
S bdim. house, 4521 Blount Ave. Luke. Wells. AOC, VC62. Fishing is encouraged at anytime
order to come up with permanent ; car restricted 10 days.J. .
Ph. 8-4924, Mrs Lobig. Harford E. Blount,,. AD3, on the North bank of the .
ceilings. T. Speeding
S bdim. house $13,800, 4333 Da- FAETU. .. lake only. Personnel .
Each 'service has been asked to prohibited ( ; car restricted 2 weeks.J. .
Vlnce Ave, Ph. 8-4500, Lt. Hanke Kenneth E, Fitzgerald SN, from fishing on the golf
give the Arends group full justification Moffa, PNSN, Speeding; car
1 bdim trailer 23 ft., $650 down, Res. Fleet, Sup Group One. course side of the lake to prevent -
for each, post now filled restricted 1 week.
J636 Flagler Ave Ph 9-1959, Stewart H. Ralph, O by a general "br flag officer; ,. Ens. J. E. Watts, Speeding; car
)I.... Merner. Frederickllilgeman, SN, balls.
MISCKU.ANEOIH' names, ages and permanent I restricted 2 weeks (suspendedfor
: Communications.
: grades of all admirals and gen Equipment, such as rods, reels, I 6 months).
Lost. Red billfold, Initials NLB William Carlson, Public I I lines and be
erals justification for all colonels plugs may checkedout
near vicinity of Hangar 114 Works. ; Ltjg) J. M. Stump, Speeding;
from the athletic locker
and captains and date on gear Dismissed.
Finder please contact Lt. Smart, David E. MacNeil, AOC, I
643. NATTCenter. the permanent grades of these at Special Services, Building Ens.. H, K. Wallace, Speeding;
P xt
4 06s. 930 during week day x 'I
Found: Watch lost on old Gaines. car restricted f week (suspend;

ed for 3 months).
vile Rd. by group of sailors,

found by Mr. H. A. Bruce, O&R, FOUR OF CAG-l J CITED Lt. J. E, Donnelly, Speeding;

Supervisor, Shop 500 Bid*. 101L I \ I car restricted 2 weeks (suspended -
Rider wanted from Southside, 0730 I for 6 months),

to 1600. Ph. 98.4918. Mr. Grlffis. : Letters of commendationwere H. R. Turner, ATC, Blockingfire

Rider wanted from Southside or awarded to four enlistedmen lane; car restricted 1 week.J. .

of the Staff office of Car. T. Lee, Obstructing traffic,
Riverside, 0800 to 1630. Ph. Ext,
of rier Air Group One for out.
348 or 671, Mrs. Sullivan. car restricted 1 week.O. '
Rider wanted fiom Riverside or standing performance of duty. D. Robertson, EMI!, Obstructing

SouthHide, 0700 to 1530. Ph. 9-' ats C mdr. Richard S. Rogers traffic; car restricted 2

0874, Mr. Bunn. ; presented the awards beforehe weeks, (suspended for ,6 monts).

Ride wanted trotH 8th and Main, J was- relieved during ceremony R. ,Gillis, Obstructing traffic;

0730 to 1610. Will share expenses '5' Jast week. car restricted J month ,(suspended -

: Ph }4 d. 8503: ,' Doug Earned for work on Carrier for 6 months). .

Trail "' :<.> Air Group One : Aircraft, commendations M. R. Williams, ATI!, Inattentive -

Ride wanted! from 21st and Main, were presented ,to driving; car restricted 1

0730 to 1600. Ph. 8.S8 or 3-7194, Salvatore J. Cortese, aviation week

Mrs Vail. t electronics technician chief; E. D.__Bowser..-AKAN, Parsing i

Baby sitting, 2120 Herschel. Ph. Joseph F. Binczak, aviation in a no passing zone; car restricted

2-9502, Mrs. Joyner. AWARD CEREMONY-Newly designated combat aircrew mechanic first class; Leland A. 1 week.

Baby sitting, 1775 Hamilton Ph. man Louis Caro, AT3, of Patrol Squadron Five Is congratulatedfor Kisrow, aviation electronics A. W Bloom,-AN, Brought car '

..t9:>6, Mis. Addie. his achievement by his commanding officer Comdr. James C. technician fir I I t.class. and aboard NAS while serving a restriction
during a held last Saturday. In addition t.
Iloughton ceremony
Baby sitting, Ph. 7-4788 or 7-8223, Caro, 24 other men received aircrewman designations and nine Charles W. Brysbn aviation ; car restricted from NAS

.... Mis Dodd.k more were presented combat aircrewman, certificates. electronics technician airman.: indefinitely.stage .